Highland Council

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Highland communities have been formally invited to take the opportunity to prepare a new style Local Place Plan following new powers from Scottish Government that recently came into force. These plans are intended to empower communities to take a direct role in shaping the future of their respective

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Over the past year, 105 community-based projects have secured grants of £5.7 million towards projects valued at a total of £15m, facilitated through the work of the Highland Council’s Community Regeneration Team. The most recent work of the team has been preparing for and promoting

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A total of £0.2m Inverness Common Good Funding will be used to help people most at need to heat their homes this winter in the Inverness area. Members of the Highland Council’s City of Inverness Area Committee have agreed to provide a Winter Discretionary Payments Scheme for eligible peo

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Members of the Highland Council's Economy and Infrastructure Committee have agreed to continue to build on the success of the 2022/23 Community Regeneration Programme for 2023/24. Economy and Infrastructure Committee chair, Councillor Ken Gowans, said: “Following a successful first year the ne

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Members of the Highland Council’s Economy and Infrastructure Committee will consider updated developer contribution rates for education and community facilities when they meet today. Approval of the report will allow the council to apply revised developer contribution rates for schools and com

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The Communities Housing Trust has been awarded £94,490 from the Highland Council’s Community Regeneration Fund to take forward a project to provide new affordable homes and woodland crofts in Glengarry, to help repopulate the glen. The Inverness-based charity and Glengarry Community Wood

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The Highland Council has published its March 2023 Development Plans Newsletter, which outlines how and when people can get involved in shaping future development plans across Highland. Chair of the council’s Economy and Infrastructure Committee, Councillor Ken Gowans, said: “Our latest D

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